NEW YORK, April 25 (Reuters) - Precious metals futures all renewed their ascent in New York on Tuesday and, while prices remained some distance below recent long-term highs, brokers said even small trades were able to exaggerate price moves. "There's a lot of scared money out there, a lot of people not knowing where these prices are going. When you get 80- or 90-cent ranges, or even a $1 range, in a day, a lot of people are shell shocked and laying back," one floor broker said. As a ...
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